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Sakura Trick saving anime yet again~

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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post
 

Sakura Trick saving anime yet again~

Fine....I'll watch it then

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When it comes to anime that's currently airing, do you think 1080p is worth the 60% increase in file size? From what I've heard, the broadcast standard in Japan is 1080i, which when converted by the subber looks no different from 720p.
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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post
 

Also, LOL at the innaccuracy of this comic:

 

Oh wow...

 

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Originally Posted by Ra97oR View Post
 

Sakura Trick saving anime yet again~

I beg to differ.

 

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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post
 

Are you watching in fullscreen?

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No, and even when the shows over, and there's BD rip, it also will depends whether the studio really did redo the art (highly unlikely) or they will upscale with a few touch ups here and there (or rather filling up missing frames. I'm looking at you Shingeki no Kyojin).
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For tvrip most of the time I'd prefer 720p.

The encoder has to do very good job to encode high quality 1080p from 1080i, but normally it doesn't worth spending that much effort on tvrip as its only temporary thing before blu-ray release.

And I have my upscaler set up well in madvr.

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Originally Posted by Tom Yum Goong View Post

 

Are you watching in fullscreen?

Of course!

 

My time spent watching in full screen is split half and half between a 23" 1080p and an 11.6" 1080p screen. Very rarely do I watch anime on my 5.5" 720p Note 2, but boy those colors sure are amazing!

 

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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

No, and even when the shows over, and there's BD rip, it also will depends whether the studio really did redo the art (highly unlikely) or they will upscale with a few touch ups here and there (or rather filling up missing frames. I'm looking at you Shingeki no Kyojin).

I've never spent the time in comparing the TVrip and BDrip. 

 

Missing frames? Any notable examples?

 

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Originally Posted by kn19h7 View Post
 

For tvrip most of the time I'd prefer 720p.

The encoder has to do very good job to encode high quality 1080p from 1080i, but normally it doesn't worth spending that much effort on tvrip as its only temporary thing before blu-ray release.

And I have my upscaler set up well in madvr.

 

I used to get all my TVrips at 1080p, now I don't even bother with it and go straight for the 720p after some consideration.

 

As for encoders/subbers, I usually stick to Final8, Mazui, ANE, THORA, Hiryuu etc. Revo has some good multi-audio movies. Coalgirls always (and sometimes ANE) goes a bit overboard with the quality, nearly reaching 2 GB for some episodes!

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It's really hard to appreciate the GUI until you've lost it.....

I just spent half a day learning how to configure my internet connection and manipulate files on my ubuntu server.......

 

Thought I could just plug in any USB drive and use it... but no....

 

sudo mkdir /media/myUsbDrive

sudo vi /etc/fstab

UUID=xxxxxxxxxxx /media/myUsbDrive exfat rw

sudo mount -a

Edited by b1o2r3i4s5 - 1/31/14 at 8:00am
post #103419 of 117470
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Originally Posted by vantt1 View Post
 

Also, LOL at the innaccuracy of this comic:

 


Seems pretty accurate to me~

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post
 

It's really hard to appreciate the GUI until you've lost it.....

I just spent half a day learning how to configure my internet connection and manipulate files on my ubuntu server.......

 

Thought I could just plug in any USB drive and use it... but no....

 

sudo mkdir /media/myUsbDrive

sudo vi /etc/fstab

UUID=xxxxxxxxxxx /media/myUsbDrive exfat rw

sudo mount -a

 

Why are you using exfat file system? :l

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Originally Posted by phidesu View Post
 

 

Why are you using exfat file system? :l

What else would you use on a USB thumb drive?

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post
 

What else would you use on a USB thumb drive?

I use ext4 on my USB hdd. 

 

I believe ext4 is native filesystem to use in linux, might be bit faster too.

post #103423 of 117470

128GB microSD... Soon I can put more music on my phone.

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post
 

It's really hard to appreciate the GUI until you've lost it.....

I just spent half a day learning how to configure my internet connection and manipulate files on my ubuntu server.......

 

Thought I could just plug in any USB drive and use it... but no....

 

sudo mkdir /media/myUsbDrive

sudo vi /etc/fstab

UUID=xxxxxxxxxxx /media/myUsbDrive exfat rw

sudo mount -a

Lol, do you not have a GUI with your Ubuntu distro?

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Originally Posted by phidesu View Post
 

Started watching darker than black, and i enjoy it a lot!

 

This might be my new favourite anime.

 

Amazing soundtrack too! =)

 

This was one of my semi-starter anime. Specifically, the third one I watched after getting hooked.

It was my favorite of the ones I had seen for a while after watching it. I need to rewatch it to say if I still really like it after so much more awesomeness though. (and the sub version this time.... I still don't know how I could stand the dub acting when I started....)

 

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post
 

It's really hard to appreciate the GUI until you've lost it.....

I just spent half a day learning how to configure my internet connection and manipulate files on my ubuntu server.......

 

Thought I could just plug in any USB drive and use it... but no....

 

sudo mkdir /media/myUsbDrive

sudo vi /etc/fstab

UUID=xxxxxxxxxxx /media/myUsbDrive exfat rw

sudo mount -a

Yup, that's how it works.

However, it's not really the GUI that auto-mounts drives.... :P


Edited by Chasenuva1 - 1/31/14 at 10:43am
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